A trailblazing set of dark, angry mid 60s honky tonk – years before the outlaw movement of the 70s! Paycheck is unfortunately best remembered for his big pay OFF – the ubiquitous, cheater bait single "Take This Job And Shove It", but the guy was a tremendous singer. The ... read moreCD
Features two CDs with the 2011 remaster of the album, plus two CDs with the 1981 live recording, plus two CDs' of material with rare studio progress on the album! Also features a DVD of visual material – including a promo video and a documentary. Comes with marbles, a tour ticket, ... read moreCD
(Still sealed! Barcode has a cutout mark. Front cover has a very light mark in one spot.)
Features one CD with the 2011 remaster of the album, plus a CD of unreleased audio tracks – mostly rare live material, plus a version of the title theme with Stephane Grappelli! Also features a DVD of films and concert footage, a DVD with only audio, in different mixes – and a Blu-ray ... read moreCD
(Barcode has a mark – but the set is still sealed!)
P*ss N Blood —
FTW ... CD
2011. Used ....
Just Sold Out!
Iggy Pop & James Williamson —
Kill City ... CD Bomp/Alive, 1977. Used ....
Just Sold Out!
The post Stooges set from Iggy & Raw Power era Stooges guitar shredder James Williamson – cut as demos in 1975 and released in '77 after Iggy ascended with The Idiot – dark, straight forward junkie lifestyle lyricism from Iggy and stripped down rock & roll with more of a blunt ... read moreCD
Tim ... CD Sire, 1985. Used ....
A big crossover classic for the champions of the Minneapolis scene! Titles include "Left Of The Dial", "Little Mascara", "Hold My Life", "I'll Buy", "Kiss Me On The Bus", "Waitress In The Sky", "Swingin Party", and "Here ... read moreCD
Classic DC punk from Rites Of Spring – the iconic pre-Fugazi group of Guy Picciotto & Brendan Canty – some of the best underground rock of the era, and definitely a set the survives the ages as well as any punk or hardcore record of the mid 80s. Includes "Spring", "For ... read moreCD
Hard to go wrong with a Stones classic like this one – a record that really has the group hitting their late 60s stride, and coming across with a depth and power that really goes beyond their earlier releases! There's a sinister quality to the record right from the start – thanks to ... read moreCD
Some more groovy German electronica from Sonig and Thrill Jockey by Schlammpeitziger, aka Jo Zimmermann. Simplesongs brings together work from five different lps dating back to 1994, with some tracks mixed by Jan St. Werner of Mouse On Mars. Tracks include "Keine Sitar", "Elektronis ... read moreCD
Paul Simon's mid 80s landmark – a record that brought together Simon's unique voice and pop folk songwriting skill with South African, Chicano, zydeco other global musical styles – held together by some of the best songs Simon ever put together! With lesser material, this would feel ... read moreCD
Paul Simon —
Songwriter ... CD Legacy, 1970s/1980s/1990s/2000s/2011. Used 2 CDs ....
A stone classic from the team of Morrissey and Marr – a record that manages to wear its politics on its sleeve, yet still express things in a highly personal way! The balance is a key part of what made The Smiths go farther than just about all their 80s Brit indie contemporaries – and ... read moreCD
One of the truly great albums from The Soft Boys – a masterpiece that skirts easy categorization, strolling from the post psych blues stomp, to angular post punk and skronky guitar pop – held together brilliantly by Robyn Hitchcock's wry, brainy and on this record, cynically humorous ... read moreCD
Sonic Youth's second set for Geffen and perhaps the SC album most burdened by expectations of the time – produced by Butch Vig and with a bigger, yet way noisier sound than Goo. The sound is straight up incredible – whether you'd want to credit Vig, mixer Andy Wallace or Sonic Youth ... read moreCD
Brilliant stuff from D Charles Speer & The Helix – elevating loose honky tonk and country rock into a boundlessly creative realm! The musicianship is excellent and confident, but as far from fussy as can be – and they have a way of effortlessly recalling decades of regional ... read moreCD
Alexander Skip Spence —
Oar ... CD Sundazed, 1968. Used ....
Great reissue! This one contains all of Skip Spence's hard to find 1968 solo album for Columbia – plus a huge amount of bonus and rare tracks. There's a total of 22 cuts in all – including "Cripple Creek", "Broken Heart", "War In Peace", "This Time ... read moreCD
The first album from Steely Dan, and already a leading light in the world of 70s rock! The album's got a bit less of the polish of later years, but is still filled with gems – the kind of tunes that nobody ever seemed to pen before, and which few other groups could match later – ... read moreCD
The last album in the classic run of Steely Dan – the final taste we'd have of the group until their surprising revival in the 90s! Gaucho picks up beautifully where Aja left off – warmly produced with a deep undercurrent of jazz, but perhaps a bit more down to earth feel at times too ... read moreCD
Incredible! The record's one that will blow away all your previous understandings of Rod Stewart – a wicked reinterpretation of the Faces sound, done with heavily acoustic instrumentation and really wonderful production. Includes Rod's landmark take on "Handbags & Gladrags" ... read moreCD
The early 70s glam masterpiece from T Rex – setting the standard for the sounds to come – and pop landmark status aside, it's probably the best album Bolan, Mickey Finn and the group ever cut! On Electric Warrior, T Rex resurrects the primitive spirit of the seediest rock of their ... read moreCD
Marquee Moon set the bar too high in eyes of the avant rock/post punk literati – so Television's nearly as great, but not as revolutionary Adventure never really got its due. Regardless, this is an incredible album, and entirely essential, too! They had already broken all of the new ground ... read moreCD